Reliable Spill Containment Solutions

Spill containment for frac tanks, decon wash pads, tanker trucks, drum storage, mining operations, heavy machinery, and other large equipment.

If you work in an industry that deals with oil, chemicals, or other hazardous materials, you’ll likely need proper spill containment solutions. Spills (of any kind) can disrupt your business, cause lengthy delays, and result in hefty fines by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Therefore, having the proper spill control supplies on hand is essential to prevent these situations from becoming a more significant problem.

What is Spill Containment?

Spill containment is any precaution taken to prevent chemicals, oils, sewage, or other harmful liquids from reaching the soil or groundwater. Proper spill containment involves using secondary spill containment systems such as spill pads, spill berms, and other leak containment products.

Who is Required to Have a Secondary Containment System?

Secondary spill containment systems are required by the EPA and regulated by the spill prevention control and countermeasures rules. According to the EPA, facilities that are subjected to spill containment regulations are:

  • Storing, transferring, using, or consuming oil products, such as diesel fuel, gasoline, lube oil, hydraulic oil, adjuvant oil, crop oil, vegetable oil, or animal fat.
  • Storing more than 1,320 gallons of product in above-ground containers or more than 42,000 gallons in completely buried containers.
  • Reasonably expected to discharge oil to navigable waters of the U.S. or adjoining shorelines, such as lakes, rivers, and streams.

How Can You Prevent Spills?

Mistakes happen, and spills can (and likely will) occur. It’s best to be prepared with spill containment solutions suitable for your specific needs. PacTec manufactures several standard-size and custom-size spill containment systems. Our spill containment berms are one of the most affordable ways to prevent spills and contain potential leaks under all types of equipment in the field, including pumps, generators, frac tanks, and more. We’ll help you get prepared and stay in compliance to avoid shutdowns or fines. Learn more about what makes our spill containment products different than the rest on the market, or contact us to chat about your specific needs.

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